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Doctor Who: Flatline

In Case You Missed It: Flatline

By Christopher Allen on Saturday 18 October 2014

"Doctor Oswald, you are hilarious". We take look into the trivia of Flatline in this week's In Case You Missed It:

Leeching dimensions

It’s not the first time that the TARDIS has been miniaturised. The very first Doctor Who adventure was to have seen the ship and her crew shrunk down to the size of insects. Although this storyline never materialised, a similar idea was produced for the start of Doctor Who’s second season. In Planet of Giants, the TARDIS doors open mid-flight, reducing the TARDIS to a few inches tall, and - 25 years before Honey, I Shrunk the Kids - depositing the crew in a garden/jungle:

On the subject of the TARDIS’s interior and exterior dimensions - which end up so very confused in Flatline - we hand over to the Fourth Doctor for the series’ best explanation of boxes in boxes:


Train A113 in Doctor Who: Flatline

Little Boxes

The Seige TARDIS in Doctor Who: Flatline

Unlucky Al

Al is grabbed by the Boneless in Doctor Who:Flatline

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